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6 Indonesians, one a woman, suspected of 11 robberies nabbed

Police believe they have solved 11 robbery cases in five districts in Johor with the arrest of six Indonesians, one of them a woman, in Sungai Tiram, near Kota Tinggi yesterday. 14 kata lagi

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Man caught red-handed giving out drugs in ang pow

Police detained a man who attempted to distribute drugs in ang-pow packets in Kampung Kebun Sayor Bakri, Muar, last Thursday.

The suspect was nabbed at 2.45pm, after a police team seized an ang pow packet containing 200 pills believed to be eramin 5, during a raid at a house. 24 kata lagi

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Hotel worker charged with burglary released on good behaviour bond

A hotel worker was released on a two-year good behaviour bond with RM1,500 as surety by the Magistrate’s Court in Kuala Lumpur today after pleading guilty to burglary. 15 kata lagi

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MITA rakes in RM1.6 million sales from tourism fair

The Malaysian Inbound Tourism Association (MITA) raked in sales of RM1.6 million from its inaugural Tourism Fair at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre here last month. 38 kata lagi

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IRB offers reduced penalty for voluntary disclosure

The Inland Revenue Board (IRB) is offering a reduction of penalty with specific rates for taxpayers who make voluntary disclosure from March 1 to December 15 this year. 41 kata lagi

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Oil stages modest rebound

Oil rebounded on bargain-buying today after the previous day’s plunge but analysts warned any gains would be limited as the global glut showed no sign of letting up. 42 kata lagi

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Greece to limit nationwide private TV stations to 4

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras today said a TV overhaul planned by his leftist government would only leave room for four nationwide private stations.

“Tomorrow we will submit to parliament an ordinance stipulating four national broadcasting licenses,” Tsipras told his cabinet. 19 kata lagi

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